|God Emperor of the Alcedina Dynasty|
|Reign||11th Súlimë 1265 ABY- 31st Narië 1287 ABY|
||Athellas Alcedina, Emperor Tar-Meneldëamnaitë|
|Birth name||Aruwen i Vala Amariëyeldë nos-Alcedina|
|Posthumous name||Ainë Menelyeldë|
|House||Imperial House of Alcedina|
|| 11th Súlimë 1232 ABY|
|| 23rd Urimë 1287 ABY|
Tar-Eruontarië (11th Súlimë 1232 ABY - 23rd Urimë 1287) was the penultimate God Emperor of Aman and the penultimate Sovereign of the Alcedina Dynasty, succeeding her husband (Jonghe) and preceding her son Tar-Meneldëamnaitë. Her official short title was The Most Imperial, Sublime and Divine Tar-Eruontarië, God Emperor of All the Eruhíni and her personal name was Aruwen i Vala Amariëyeldë nos-Alcedina.
Tar-Eruontarië ruled from 4th Víressë 1265 until her abdication on 31st Narië 1487. Her status as only the second female emperor came about following the demise of her husband (Jonghe) when she was five months pregnant. The demise of (Jonghe) spurred a dynastic crisis in the Imperial House of Alcedina as the house had no living senior members following the purges of Tar-Moriñgothoyondo. Being pregnant with the child of (Jonghe) it was decided that Aruwen would be declared emperor despite her gender. She was however never allowed much direct control over her own government and was a figure head for an oligarchy ruling the empire.
During the reign of Tar-Eruontarië the process of reviving and restoring the Imperial House of Alcedina and its empire to its pre Tar-Moriñgothoyondo state was continued much as during the reign of (Jonghe). The government was however plagued by corruption and discord and the recovery did not move as fast as it had. This has largely been attributed to the fact that the Eruontarië period was a period without strong imperial leadership. Her status as a woman largely prevented her from governing without her late husband's increasingly inept ministers.
Early in the year 1287 ABY Tar-Eruontarië unexpectedly fell seriously ill. Thus on 31st Narië 1287 Tar-Eruontarië abdicated the Phoenix Throne, allowing her son Athellas Alcedina to be deified on the following day, Loendë 1287. Tar-Eruontarië lived for less than two months before dying.
The Imperial name Tar-Eruontarië was given the emperor upon her deification when the Mandate of Heaven was bestowed upon her in the Palace of Light in the Borremeo Palace. The name was one that was widely contested amongst the members of the (jonghe) government, and has been variously given as Eruontarië and Valaontarië. Both names, which immediately replaced her birth name as her sole officially accepted name, means "Begetter of God".
Titles, styles, honors and arms
Full title as Emperor
The Jonghe Emperor
| Most Divine God Emperor of all of the Quendi
4th Víressë, 1265 ABY - 31st Narië 1287 ABY